18” x 24” I painted this from a shot taken on the Atlantic side of Panama side during Carnival. Loved the energy in it.
9” x 12” My thanks to the Museo del Canal for providing me with the picture. Two washerwoman during the construction of the Panama Canal.
11" x 14" London. I took the shot while leaving the tube station at Earls Court during a heat wave! The mix of people…
18" x 18" I painted this from a BW photo of Django Reinhardt. Am a big fan of this guitarist. The fact that he lost two fingers on his left hand in a fire makes his playing even more remarkable.
8" x 12" This is from a shot I took at a beach called Las Maracas in Trinidad. My Mother was born in Port of Spain, the capital and I go back very few years to visit and sometimes teach painting classes.
While directing an Epcot project for Walt Disney Imagineering in Mexico I took this shot during rehearsal. We later added Donald Duck to the scene!
9" x 14" A little exercise painting a group of people using g a limited palette of three colors and white.
9" x 15" From a shot I took in Provence, France while taking a painting class. The original picture had some tourists in it and I thought this woman was more interesting.
12" x 24" Las Cuevas Beach, Trinidad. I spent the day here with my cousins from Trinidad. A beautiful beach about an hour from the capital, Port of Spain.
12" x 16" From a black and white picture of Walt Disney taken by the photographer Albert Eisenstadt in 1938. For me a unique attitude for Walt.
12" x 24" A locomotive at Traveltown in Los Angeles. Why a skunk on a train? I quote: “The combination of the fumes created a very pungent odor, and the old timers living along the line said these motorcars were like skunks, “You could smell them before you could see them.” Awesome.
8" x 10" I took this picture in Shanghai while directing some animated projects for Shanghai Disneyland. Just loved her attitude while listening patiently.
8" x 10" Not a happy conductor.
8" x 11" An exercise in back lighting. Love painting crowds of people.
8" x 13" I spent two months in Uruguay teaching some animation classes in the capital Montevideo. One day we visited a farm where I got this shot. Loved their attitudes
8" x 15" A street sweeper in Shanghai. The broom is made of bound reeds. The city is spotless.
9" x 12" Right across from Bryant Park in NYC around 8PM. I added the figures on the right from another shot to give this a little more storytelling.
9" x 13" A very happy man in Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. I originally painted in a background of a restaurant he was playing in and changed it for this more simple graphic look.
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